Who was Glen Dennis? Undertaker claimed he made CHILD-SIZE COFFINS for aliens after Roswell UFO crash

It has been revealed that the military asked a local undertaker to make child-size coffins for alien bodies after Roswell crash that took place in July 1947. Glen Dennis, who worked at a funeral home in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, clamied that Walker Army Airfield had called him and asked for child-sized coffins, and also sought his advice on how to preserve dead bodies. Dennis also said that a nurse told him she had to oversee an alien autopsy at the airfield.

The Roswell incident, which took place on July 7, 1947, involved the recovery of balloon debris from a ranch near Corona, New Mexico, by United States Army Air Forces officers from Roswell Army Air Field. later claimed that the debris involved a flying saucer, and that the US government had covered up the truth. Roswell Army Air Field issued a press release on July 8, 1947, claiming they had recovered a "flying disc". However, the Army quickly retracted their statement and said that the was a conventional weather balloon.